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removed configure files and Makefile.in

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  1. +0 −3  Configure
  2. +0 −19 Makefile.in
  3. +0 −138 lib/Configure.pm
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3  Configure
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-#!perl6
-use v6;
-use Configure;
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19 Makefile.in
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-PERL6=<PERL6>
-RAKUDO_DIR=<RAKUDO_DIR>
-PERL6LIB='<PERL6LIB>:$(RAKUDO_DIR)'
-
-SOURCES=lib/GGE/Match.pm lib/GGE/Exp.pm lib/GGE/OPTable.pm \
- lib/GGE/Perl6Regex.pm lib/GGE.pm
-
-PIRS=$(SOURCES:.pm=.pir)
-
-all: $(PIRS)
-
-%.pir: %.pm
- env PERL6LIB=$(PERL6LIB) $(PERL6) --target=pir --output=$@ $<
-
-clean:
- rm -f $(PIRS)
-
-test: all
- env PERL6LIB=$(PERL6LIB) prove -e '$(PERL6)' -r --nocolor t/
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138 lib/Configure.pm
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-# Configure.pm
-
-.say for
- '',
- 'Configure.pm is preparing to make your Makefile.',
- '';
-
-# Determine how this Configure.p6 was invoked, to write the same paths
-# and executables into the Makefile variables. The variables are:
-# PERL6 how to execute a Perl 6 script
-# PERL6LIB initial value of @*INC, where 'use <module>;' searches
-# PERL6BIN directory where executables such as 'prove' reside
-# RAKUDO_DIR (deprecated) currently the location of Rakudo's Test.pm
-
-my $parrot_dir = %*VM<config><build_dir>;
-my $rakudo_dir;
-my $perl6;
-
-regex parrot_in_rakudo { ( .* '/rakudo' ) '/parrot' }
-
-# There are two possible relationships between the parrot and rakudo
-# directories: rakudo/parrot or parrot/languages/rakudo
-if $parrot_dir ~~ / <parrot_in_rakudo> / {
- # first case, rakudo/parrot for example if installed using new
- # 'git clone ...rakudo.git' then 'perl Configure.pl --gen-parrot'
- $rakudo_dir = $parrot_dir.subst( / '/parrot' $ /, ''); #'
-}
-elsif "$parrot_dir/languages/rakudo" ~~ :d {
- # second case, parrot/languages/rakudo if installed the old way
- $rakudo_dir = "$parrot_dir/languages/rakudo";
-}
-else { # anything else
- .say for
- "Found a PARROT_DIR to be $parrot_dir",
- 'but there is no Rakudo nearby. Please contact the proto people.',
- '';
- exit(1);
-}
-$perl6 = 'perl6';
-
-say "PERL6 $perl6";
-my $perl6lib = %*ENV<PERL6LIB>
- ?? %*ENV<PERL6LIB> ~ ':' ~ %*ENV<PWD> ~ '/lib'
- !! %*ENV<PWD> ~ '/lib';
-say "PERL6LIB $perl6lib";
-# The perl6-examples/bin directory is a sibling of PERL6LIB
-my $perl6bin = $perl6lib.subst( '/lib', '/bin' );
-say "PERL6BIN $perl6bin";
-say "RAKUDO_DIR $rakudo_dir";
-
-# Read Makefile.in, edit, write Makefile
-my $maketext = slurp( 'Makefile.in' );
-$maketext .= subst( .key, .value ) for
- 'Makefile.in' => 'Makefile',
- 'To be read' => 'Written',
- 'replaces <TOKENS>' => 'defined these',
-# Maintainer note: keep the following in sync with pod#VARIABLES below
- '<PERL6>' => $perl6,
- '<PERL6LIB>' => $perl6lib,
- '<PERL6BIN>' => $perl6bin,
- '<RAKUDO_DIR>' => $rakudo_dir;
-squirt( 'Makefile', $maketext );
-
-# Job done.
-.say for
- '',
- q[Makefile is ready. Ready to run 'make'.];
-
-
-# The opposite of slurp
-sub squirt( Str $filename, Str $text ) {
- my $handle = open( $filename, :w )
- or die $!;
- $handle.print: $text;
- $handle.close;
-}
-
-# This Configure.pm can work with the following ways of starting up:
-# 1. The explicit way Parrot runs any Parrot Byte Code:
-# /my/parrot/parrot /my/rakudo/perl6.pbc Configure.p6
-# 2. The Rakudo "Fake Executable" made by pbc_to_exe:
-# /my/rakudo/perl6 Configure.p6
-# The rest are variations of 1. and 2. to sugar the command line:
-# 3. A shell script perl6 for 1: '/my/parrot/parrot /my/rakudo/perl6.pbc $*':
-# /my/perl6 Configure.p6 # or 'perl6 Configure.p6' with search path
-# 4. A shell alias for 1: perl6='/my/parrot/parrot /my/rakudo/perl6.pbc':
-# perl6 Configure.p6
-# 5. A symbolic link for 2: 'sudo ln -s /my/rakudo/perl6 /bin':
-# perl6 Configure.p6
-
-# Do you know of another way to execute Perl 6 scripts? Please tell the
-# maintainers.
-
-=begin pod
-
-=head1 NAME
-Makefile.pm - common code for Makefile builder and runner
-
-=head1 SYNOPSIS
-
- perl6 Configure.p6
-
-Where F<Configure.p6> generally has only these lines:
-
- # Configure.p6 - installer - see documentation in ../Configure.pm
- use v6; BEGIN { @*INC.push( '../..' ); }; use Configure; # proto dir
-
-=head1 DESCRIPTION
-A Perl module often needs a Makefile to specify how to build, test and
-install it. A Makefile must make sense to the Unix C<make> utility.
-Makefiles must often be adjusted slightly to alter the context in which
-they will work. There are various tools to "make Makefiles" and this
-F<Configure.p6> and F<Configure.pm> combination run purely in Perl 6.
-
-Configure.p6 resides in the module top level directory. For covenience,
-Configure.p6 usually contains only the lines shown in L<doc:#SYNOPSIS>
-above, namely a comment and one line of code to pass execution to
-F<Configure.pm>. Any custom actions to prepare the module can be called
-by the default target in Makefile.in.
-
-Configure.pm reads F<Makefile.in> from the module top level directory,
-replaces certain variables marked like <THIS>, and writes the updated
-text to Makefile in the same directory. Finally it runs the standard
-'make' utility, which builds the first target defined in Makefile.
-
-=head1 VARIABLES
-C<Configure.p6> will cause the following tokens to be substituted when
-creating the new F<Makefile>:
-
- <PERL6> pathname of Perl 6 (fake)executable
- <PERL6LIB> lib/ directory of the installed project
- <PERL6BIN> bin/ directory of the installed project
- <RAKUDO_DIR> whence Rakudo's Test.pm can be compiled
-
-=head1 AUTHOR
-Martin Berends (mberends on CPAN github #perl6 and @autoexec.demon.nl).
-
-=end pod
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